Voice Over Jobs for Beginners from Home
If you are looking to become a freelance voice over artist, this post will show you the best place to begin voice over training and find voice over work...
7 Sites Where You Can Find Voice Over Jobs - She Started It!
While there are lots of sites that provide voice over jobs, we recommend seven of what we thought are the industry's best. These are Snap Recordings, Filmless, Mandy Voices, Voices.com, Voice Bunny, Fiverr, and of course, the ever-famous, Upwork. You will also learn more about what the job is all about and what it requires, plus how much you can potentially earn from being one.
How to Write Your Service Descriptions and Connect with Your Client | With Grace and Gold | Brand and Web Design for Creative Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
For service-based businesses, the way we present our services matters. Today, we're excited to share how to write service your descriptions.
My Framework for a Homepage that Sells
Not getting the high conversions and sales that you want on your ecommerce website? Learn about my framework for designing a thoughtful, strategic website that sells! Check out the blog post for more expert tips on how to make your website more engaging!
The Legal Documents Every Website Should Have — The Creative Law Shop®
ONE ON ONE WITH HILLARY OF A DRINK WITH | Best Friends For Frosting
We’ve all thought about it: If you could have coffee with one famous celebrity, who would it be? Hillary Sawchuk of A Drink With doesn’t have to choose just one! After realizing traditional sports journalism wasn’t her thing, she created A Drink With so she could ask the questions she wanted in the way she wanted. Read more
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There's Art In Your Story And Magic In Your Brand
You're tenacious and original. You do things differently than others. You see the value in taking a risk. You're ready to stand out from the crowd. You recognize that there's art in your story and magic in your brand. Before I became a photographer, I was a journalist—a professional storyteller—for a decade. Just as it did then, the truest moments inspire my work. My passion is to evoke your true
5 Strategies I Used to Make Over $150,000 in One Year on Etsy | Lauren Keplinger
Making six figures on Etsy is not a myth — here are my top five tips to six figure success selling on Etsy while maintaining the flexibility that your family requires. #etsy #etsymarketing #etsysuccess #etsyshopideas
Small Business Ideas – Creating an Online Business
Within this article today on creating online business ideas, we will be giving you a few different websites to get yourself thinking. When you are thinking about and creating a home based busines…
How Being Authentic in your Branding will Grow your Business
As a creative business owner it can be all too easy to compare yourself to others, look at what other people in your industry are doing and how they are doing it and comparing that with how you do things. We notice industry trends, and a lot of people doing things a certain way, having a certain style, and a certain personality. And if we don't quite fit into that, it is easy to think that maybe we are not good enough, would not be successful or people wouldn't like what we put out there…
Tips For Creating A Community Around Your Business
Entrepreneurship Tips For Online Business Owners - If you want to learn how to get leads for your business in order to run a successful then this article is for you. Learn the importance of creating a community around the business and get tips and tools for creating your online business community. Click through for the full article! #BusinessTips #MarketingTips #OnlineBusiness
Should You Turn Down Clients When You’re Fully Booked?
I don’t like it when I have to turn down clients, and if you’re a freelancer, coach, or consultant, you probably feel the same way (or you’ve been dreaming about that day!). But it’s a tough position to be in when you’re receiving more inquiries than you can handle. Saying “no” hurts though, especially when you really want to work with the potential client. Here are four ways to accept new clients when you’re fully booked… without overwhelming yourself! 1. Hire A Virtual Assistant There are…